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Great Seal and Massey Foundation Award E-mail
Written by Michael LeBlanc   

In 1953, just a few weeks after Queen Elizabeth’s coronation, Eric’s friend and fellow Arts and Letters Club member Vincent Massey was installed in Rideau Hall and became the first Canadian in modern times to be appointed Governor General. Rt. Hon. Massey had been instrumental in establishing the Canadian War Art program, and no doubt had a hand in Eric’s military art commission.

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The Work and Life of Eric Aldwinckle

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Macleans: What are your hobbies?

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EA: In wartime my hobbies are warmongering, collecting sugar and hunting for tinned orange juice.

In between wars my hobbies are peacemongering, collecting butterflies, cross pollinating gladioli, hunting, shooting, fishing, riding, composing music, writing poetry, acting and producing theatricals, chess, tennis, yogi and hunting for butter, with an occasional game of bridge which I dislike intensely, if I have time.